I am continually reminded that I have been the frequent beneficiary of grace from those in authority over me throughout my adult life, so I feel obligated to pass that on to my students. I am keenly aware that my students often present only a small and distorted piece of themselves in my courses and that they can never be defined as people by how well they have done in my class.
locationChristoverson Humanities - room 328
Dr. Schreffler was born in Ohio and grew up in southwestern Pennsylvania. He earned his B. A. in English at a small Christian college north of Pittsburgh and his M. A., and Ph. D., in English at Bowling Green State University in northwestern Ohio. He is married and has one son, a junior in high school. Dr. Schreffler has a deep interest in national politics and in baseball. He is a guardian of a small band of cats.
Ph.D., M.A., English: Rhetoric and Composition, Bowling Green State University
B.A., English, Geneva College
"Through His Words You Shall Know Him: A Rhetorical Analysis of Governor Rick Scott's Inaugural Address" October 2011. Florida College English Association (FCEA) Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL
"The Guaranteed B: Motivating Freshman Writers to Work Hard". October 2010. Florida College English Association. Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
"Listening to Their Own Voices: Using Brain-Based Grammar to Edit Student Writing" October 2009. FCEA. Boynton Beach, FL